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Adam Duerson
January 09, 2006
Consider the puck. Canada's goaltender Justin Pogge did just that in a 3-2 win over the U.S. at the World Junior Championships in Vancouver on Dec. 31. Pogge has a way of considering the puck right out of the crease. Canada won its first five games, including a 4-0 semifinal victory over Finland on Tuesday. The netminder was to see a familiar opponent in Thursday's final--Canada and Russia were set to face off for the gold for the fifth time in eight years.
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January 09, 2006

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Consider the puck. Canada's goaltender Justin Pogge did just that in a 3-2 win over the U.S. at the World Junior Championships in Vancouver on Dec. 31. Pogge has a way of considering the puck right out of the crease. Canada won its first five games, including a 4-0 semifinal victory over Finland on Tuesday. The netminder was to see a familiar opponent in Thursday's final-- Canada and Russia were set to face off for the gold for the fifth time in eight years.

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